Sydney Australia! (Ok we are quite developed – except for our internet, the average speed of which is slower than some developing nations. And our public transport infrastructure could do with quite a bit of improvement).
We are having one next year in August. I have just booked the venue, which is a community hall above a foodies precinct called the Tramsheds :-) It won’t be a big convention though but we would love to have a few international visitors. There are also a few added bonus - the AUD is expected to fall, and it’s winter in Sydney so accommodation should be cheaper (but the weather will still be pretty good). There are fewer creepy crawlies (ie snakes and spiders) running around at this time as this time as well. Sent from Mail for Windows 10 From: Faye E Goldman Sent: Wednesday, 22 May 2019 11:09 AM To: 'The Origami Mailing List' Subject: Re: [Origami] Origami conventions in unconventional areas And of course tell calen...@origamiusa.org of any so that it can be published. Faye Goldman What is your definition of developing nation? And what kind of travel restrictions you have in mind? Laura Rozenberg Rob Hudson asked: > What are some origami conventions in developing nations, or places > that tend to be less accessible to or less attended by people from the > United States? (perhaps, in some cases, due to travel restrictions)? >